We already have GetFormattedText and GetUnformattedText, but what would really be helpful is to have a method that spits out the contents of a Rich Text field as HTML. It should be no more and no less than what happens when you send an email to an outside user. That's ...
Currently you can only 'import' HTML data in the UI (using uidoc.import). I often generate HTML, that I want to put into Rich Text fields. It allows for a lot more flexibility than using the standard RT methods.
I would like to see the Rich Text editor in the Notes client able to accept HTML in much the same way as many Web rich text editors do via a HTML toggle. I can already paste html from a Web site into the editor so it seems to already ...
In order to facilite web development, Domino objects which autogenerate HTML need to have a property setting (either at the design or document level) which cause them to emit pure HTML with appropriate id and class tags. All formatting may be done with a default Domino style sheet, but it ...
Today, you cannot easily design dynamic visual content in Notes view (for Notes Clients).
You can only define a color (backgroud, text...) for a whole colum.
I think a quite simple way to allow better management of user-interface in views would be to allow including basic tags and have ...
Add Table Row attributes:
Currently Cells and Entire tables have tags for IDs, Rows do not.
Under "Row Tags" for the table, it only offers Name.
I often need to set Row attributes, but have to write the entire table in HTML because I haven't found a simple ...
All with appropriate parameters.
doc.html() view.html() doc.dxl() form.dxl() doc.rss() view.atom() doc.json() outline.json() etc...
along with Axel's XPath idea:
forall x in o.dxl(<xpath>)...
import/constructor methods would be nice too.
It would be nice to use quick keys to convert a selection to "Pass Through HTML".
Access to image files, located in database documents from computed html, by IMG tag.
like this: [<img src=notes://server/db.nsf/0/2345345345/image.gif?openattachment>]
Domino Designer displays the "Access Name" for fields on the HTML tab of the properties window. This name is the label that users will see in front of or right above a field (as determined by Designer). While Designer displays this name, there is no programmatic acces to it. Field ...
Nowadays passthru html is supported but a simple
<div style="border:1px solid #FF000;"> My div</div>
has not the desired effect.
I would also like support for ...